Churches React to Former Zanu-PF Man's Terror Confession

Outspoken Zimbabwean cleric Bishop Ancelimo Magaya says President Emmerson Mnangagwa must own up to his and his party's past deeds. This was after former Zanu-PF youth leader Jim Kunaka confessed to committing acts of terror against the opposition under instructions from party seniors. Kunaka was testifying before the Commission of Inquiry into the August 1 post-election violence in which six civilians were shot dead.

Photo: The Herald

Former Chipangano leader Jim Kunaka testifies before the Motlanthe Commission.

  • Zimbabwe:   Churches Rap Kunaka

    The Herald, 26 November 2018

    CHURCHES over the weekend rapped opposition activist Mr Jimu Kunaka for bragging that he was of a violent disposition and used to terrorise political opponents, saying such claims… Read more »

  • Zimbabwe:   Kunaka Falls On His Own Sword

    The Herald, 23 November 2018

    When political activist and National Patriotic Front member Jim Kunaka appeared before the Motlanthe Commission that is investigating the August 1 post-election violence, he did… Read more »

  • Zimbabwe:   Kunaka's Zanu-PF Died Last November

    The Herald, 22 November 2018

    WHO does Jim Kunaka think he is fooling and for how long? For those who do not know who he is, Kunaka, was the leader of the infamous Chipangano, a gangster group based in Mbare… Read more »


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